External Scholarships

Awards are updated regularly and listed by the due date.

Indspire’s Post-Secondary Education Scholarship 

Applications accepted year round
Indspire disburses bursaries and scholarships through its Building Brighter Futures program to Indigenous students who are enrolled in post-secondary programs. Since 1985, Indspire has disbursed bursaries and scholarships to First Nation, Inuit, and Métis post-secondary students. It is the largest funder for Indigenous education outside of the federal government.

The AltaLink Indigenous Student Awards

Deadlines: November 1, 2019 and February 1, 2019
AltaLink provides eight scholarships of $1,000 to students who are leaders in the Aboriginal community. This includes students from treaty 6, 7, 8, and from the Métis community. AltaLink will pick winners based on financial need, scholastic achievement, community involvement, and life goals.

Allied Van Lines Scholarship

Deadline: December 15, 2019
Allied Van Lines has four $1,000 scholarships for business students. To apply, students must submit their transcripts and a 400-800 word essay describing why logistics and supply chain management is important within your University Major.

The Heer Law Entrepreneurship Scholarship

Deadline: December 31, 2019
Heer Law, an intellectual property law firm, is offering a scholarship to support students with entrepreneurial ideas. They know that entrepreneurs often lack the personal funds to successfully start their company, especially when they have to think about tuition costs as well. They have a $2,000 scholarship for the student who sends them the best business plan.

The Cover in Play Scholarship

Deadline: December 31, 2019
Covers in Play, a company that builds retractable pool enclosures, has a $1,000 for a student who writes an essay on the “Advanced Engineering of Aluminum Structures using 3D Printing Technology.”

Hugh and Eve Meeter High School Award

Deadline: February 1, 2019
Calvin seminary provides scholarships for students attending one of six Universities, including the King’s University. They provide one prize of $3500 and three $2000 to students who write the best paper dealing with topics on John Calvin or Calvinism. You can find this year’s essay question on their website. A King’s student won the top prize last year!